Eliminate manual data collection
With manufacturing industries under ever increasing pressure to become more efficient and streamline their businesses the need for operational performance data becomes increasingly crucial. Plantrun shop floor data collection systems provide accurate real time information and have been used by manufacturers for over 25 years.
Plantrun collects data directly from your manufacturing assets, machines, equipment, PLC’s, and from operator keypad or touch screen terminals, barcode scanners, RF readers etc.
This eliminates wasteful manual data collection and gives you accurate live information that can be accessed on PC's, smartphones and displayed on large screens in production and meeting areas. All data is recorded allowing analysis to identify and target losses.
Comprehensive built in tools and facilities provide dashboards, displays, reports, trends and alarms. Information can be accessed and distributed from shop floor to boardroom making it available when and wherever it is needed. Data is stored in SQL database allowing it to be exported to third party enterprise software packages.
Plantrun shop floor data collection systems are backed up by training, technical support and maintenance contracts to ensure maximum value and long term reliability.
Configured to meet specific customer requirements, PlantRun systems can be expanded to meet future needs and are highly cost effective. Typical return on investement is less than 12 months as reported by exisiting users.
Please browse this site for further information or call 01642 370666 for an informal talk about how we can help you with your shop floor data collection project.
Shopfloor data collection is the process of gathering information about production processes and operations on the manufacturing floor. This can include data on machine usage, labor productivity, inventory levels, quality control, and other metrics that can help optimize manufacturing operations and improve overall performance.
Manufacturing companies today are under increasing pressure to improve productivity, quality, and traceability. A key part of achieving these goals is having good visibility into shop floor operations through accurate, real-time data collection. Implementing an effective shop floor data collection (SFDC) system can provide substantial benefits but choosing the right solution requires careful evaluation of options. Here are some key considerations when selecting an SFDC system: